Will PM reverse £3bn universal credit cuts?
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PMQs: Flint and May on universal credit welfare changes

Some families would lose around £2,400 a year, while the prime minister claimed that austerity was coming to an end, said a Labour MP at PMQs.

Caroline Flint called on Theresa May to reverse the £3bn of cuts that were built in to the roll-out of universal credit

  • 10 Oct 2018
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